judicial nominees

“I have been deeply disturbed by the unfounded and disturbing attacks against Adeel Mangi,” former federal judge Timothy Lewis told Senate leaders.
“I’ve never been a Marxist!” the Louisiana senator shouted angrily after his attempt to smear one of Biden’s judicial nominees backfired.
Holland, who was put forward by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, said it was a “personal decision” to drop her district court nomination.
"It's called precedent," the Senate Judiciary Committee chair said of violating the same rule that Republicans ignored to move forward with judicial nominees.
Tiffany Cartwright, now one of the youngest federal judges in the country, is part of Biden’s push to infuse the courts with professional diversity.
The president's controversial court pick, who faced stiff criticism from women's rights groups, didn't have the Democratic votes to advance.
The ailing California Democrat’s return to the Capitol dislodged some, but not all, of the president’s judicial nominees in need of her vote.
Abortion rights groups won't even talk about Michael Delaney. Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee won't weigh in, either.
Key absences and discord within the Democratic caucus is preventing the president from filling critical posts.
It wasn’t a great moment for Charnelle Bjelkengren. It's also nothing compared to all the unqualified judges Republicans confirmed under Trump.